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Published on December 20th, 2012 | by Jules Yap


Princess throne


Materials: MAMMUT child chair

Description: The backrest is made out of solid metal and polystyrene.
Been glued to paper (wallpaper paste). Then painted with acrylic paint color.

~ Jürgen Behrens, Wiesbaden Germany

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Jules Yap

"I am Jules, the engine behind IKEAHackers and the one who keeps this site up and running. My mission is to capture all the wonderful, inspiring, clever hacks and ideas for our much loved IKEA items".

9 Responses to Princess throne

  1. Anonymous says:

    Super cute!! Wish I had a little princess to make one for.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I like a broad definition for “hack.” To me, the site should show the public the different things they can do with Ikea products. This throne qualifies.

  3. This is cute. Every girl seems like she just wants to be a princess. This will make those princesses very happy I’m sure.

  4. Anonymous says:

    You decorated it, and that’s nice, but this is absolutely not a hack.

    • Anonymous says:

      It IS a hack if you consider the definition in the “about”-section of this blog. “  is a site about modifications on and repurposing of Ikea products. Hacks, as we call it here, may be as simple as adding an embellishment, some others may require power tools and lots of ingenuity.”

    • Anonymous says:

      Whowever can put whatever the heck they want in the “about” section, this is still not a “hack”. Perhaps the website should be split into two where one site shows actual hacks (“”), and the other shows pictures Ikea items that have been decorated (i.e. “”). There is a huge difference.

    • Anonymous says:

      of course it’s a hack. the chair went to be a throne. would you like to see the dresser ( a lamp, a spatula, etc…) going to be a throne to call it a hack? I agree with you for some “hacks” here, like I think I have seen decorated frames, etc, but I would not complain. After all I am not able to build any blog and specially keep it alive every day. And you, do you have a blog? No? Too bad for you.

    • Anonymous says:

      Also, if you actually look at the backs of the chairs, the throne is completely different.

    • Anonymous says:

      Hi – the above is a child’s chair – not *actually* a throne. And I’m not sure what you’re rambling about after that with inability to keep a website alive, etc, but it makes about as much sense as calling the above a “throne”. Please remember that you’re an adult – try acting like one.

      Yeesh – how separated from reality are the people on this site?

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